THE PHILIPPINES: Uniform Directive Boosts Textile Producers
Textile manufacturers in the Philippines have been given a much-needed boost after officials released a circular requiring all government offices to use locally produced materials for their uniforms.
The Philippine Star reported that the circular directs all government agencies, government-owned and controlled corporations, government financial institutions and other government-run facilities, including schools, military and police units, to use locally produced materials for their uniforms.
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